“How we think reflects how we move” says Emilie Conrad, founder of Continuum Movement

In this video Emilie Conrad demonstrates a different way of moving from movements we usually operate.

She introduces the production of Mitochondria during this type of movement, increasing cellular respiration and limiting tiredness…

This way of moving of relating the body to the environment affects on a larger scale the way we relates in a social context. How we think reflects how we move and how we interact with each other. I like very much this idea and believe in it actually.